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IKB Cachet de Garantie Statistics

Key stats and how to buy IKB Cachet de Garantie

IKB Cachet de Garantie NFT Collection Statistics

The IKB Cachet de Garantie NFT collection is made up of 78 assets, all of which are currently live. The collection-to-wallet ownership ratio is approximately 1.418 to 1, with a 7-day average price of 80.000 ETH ($193,931). Over the last 24 hours, users have paid 80.00 ETH ($193,931) to own a part of the IKB Cachet de Garantie collection, which is lower than the average IKB Cachet de Garantie NFT price of 108.74 ETH ($263,601) since its launch.

Floor price

98.00 ETH ($263,601)

Market Cap

6,240 ETH ($263,601)

24 hour volume

80.00 ETH ($263,601)

Monthly price trend

0.000%

Total owners

55

NFTs in collection

78


History of IKB Cachet de Garantie Collection

In 2017, the artist Mitchell F. Chan created one of the earliest NFT projects. Known as IKB Cachet de Garantie, the project began as a simple whitepaper, intending to display simple pieces of artwork within negative space and tokenise them on the Ethereum blockchain. The result was the ornately named Digital Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility – a series of 75 NFTs. According to the blue paper, the project drew inspiration from Yves Klein’s artworks, which were specifically “empty digital spaces imbued with an immaterial artistic sensibility” – effectively invisible artworks that, in 1958, were sold for pure gold. Klein’s emphasis on artistic zones, rather than particular pieces, eventually led him to sell the zones themselves to collectors. The 2 sales Klein claimed to have completed were “immaterial artworks”; the only physical sign of any transfer was the receipts Klein issued. Mitchell F. Chan capitalised on the idea of immaterial artworks, linking it to the idea of NFT art that resided not in the material world, but on the blockchain.

How to buy on OpenSea

The all-time average price of IKB Cachet de Garantie is 108.740 ETH ($263,601), so expect to pay around that cost to secure an NFT in the collection:
  1. Fund your wallet with cryptocurrency to buy your NFT.
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  3. Transfer ETH to a web3 wallet
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  4. Buy your NFT
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IKB Cachet de Garantie sales and volume statistics

Information last updated January 25, 2022 08:01 UTC.
24 hour volume 80 ETH 0.00%
IKB Cachet de Garantie sold in last 24 hours 1
24 hour average price 80.00 ETH
7 day volume 80 ETH 0.00%
IKB Cachet de Garantie sold in last 7 days 1
7 day average price 80.00 ETH ($263,601)
30 day volume 80 ETH - 0.00%
IKB Cachet de Garantie sold in last 30 days 1
30 day average price 80.00 ETH ($263,601)
All time average price 80.00 ETH ($263,601)
All time volume 3,806
Total IKB Cachet de Garantie's ever sold 35


IKB Cachet de Garantie examples

Evaluating IKB Cachet de Garantie Collection

Evaluating IKB Cachet de Garantie NFTs is extremely difficult as, by design, the pieces are invisible. What is known is that Chan issued a total of 75 NFTs. The image of the receipt, which Klein issued as the template, is the only thing that demonstrates that an item was sold. Chan signed each piece and varied the series number and the edition number of each one.

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